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01-19-2013, 07:46 PM
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Krejci getting beat bad at the dot.

But that line has done well-I don't think they have any cobwebs and Horton has shocked me. I think he looks better right now than he did at any point last season.

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Hey guys, any Bruins fans from UK/Ireland who have bought GameCenter?

Wanna know if it's worth getting considering the blackouts on certain games...

I'll only be buying for Bruins games, mostly.

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With a short season you must come out with 2 pts when leading after 2.

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Did Marchand just kinda give a little push to Staal's head after he got up? Looked funny as hell.
With the ref staring right at him

Figured Brad was about to go for unsportsmanlike conduct or something

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Bergeron line looks the weakest so far which is surprising, haven't did much yet. Hopefully they can turn it around.
Only Seguin looks good there. Bergerons half assed neutral zone effortcost that goal. I expect a big third from them.

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Great game, almost playoff like. As usual Lundquist is stellar, hopefully we can put another by him, very impressed with the B's so far.

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With a short season you must come out with 2 pts when leading after 2.
Agreed.
As well as cant expect this type of energy every other night for 3 months. Simply can't be sustained each and every night.

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Yet, at the same time, he's creating great scoring chances or finding the best angle on a shot.
That's because they can't stop him every time. But they clearly are looking to shut him down, which is probably why the Bergeron line looks the weakest. The Rags are working to stop Seguin and sending out there shut down guys.

Staal took a hard shot at the end of that period.

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Bergeron line looks the weakest so far which is surprising, haven't did much yet. Hopefully they can turn it around.
Seguin is really close, Marchand has been amazing in breaking out of the d zone.

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What is Don Cherry blabbing about?

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The merlot line is full of grit and balls.
Very well summed up!

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Dan Duquette Jr WTF!

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Thornton absolutely SCHOOLED Rupp. Some people say Thornton doesn't scare anyone. That's fine. But when you have that much of a size advantage on him, and you can't land a punch, and he pumps combinations into your big stupid face. While your teammates helplessly watch. Yeah, I'm sorry, that's scary. No one likes to look stupid while bleeding in the penalty box.

THAT was gorgeous.

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01-19-2013, 07:50 PM
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I wonder how Dan Duquette Jr landed the NESN gig

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Same opinion at the end of the 2nd... Lundqvist is keeping them in this game. I feel like the Bruins could easily be up 4-1 right now

Nothing Rask could have done on the Rangers goal.

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Pies and Merlot in general are having a good game.
It's really something when Paille, a 1st round pick at #21, is playing LW on the 4th line.

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What is Don Cherry blabbing about?
blah blah blah american college kids....blah blah blah Burke

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Thornton absolutely SCHOOLED Rupp. Some people say Thornton doesn't scare anyone. That's fine. But when you have that much of a size advantage on him, and you can't land a punch, and he pumps combinations into your big stupid face. While your teammates helplessly watch. Yeah, I'm sorry, that's scary. No one likes to look stupid while bleeding in the penalty box.

THAT was gorgeous.
Thornton is a nut, very underrated fighter and probably the best light heavyweight in the league.

You give me a guy like that instead of a big dumbass like Boyle or Rupp any day of the week.

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With the ref staring right at him

Figured Brad was about to go for unsportsmanlike conduct or something
Good to see he still has his pestering/annoying abilities.

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01-19-2013, 07:53 PM
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Not a bad first two at all.

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Thornton absolutely SCHOOLED Rupp. Some people say Thornton doesn't scare anyone. That's fine. But when you have that much of a size advantage on him, and you can't land a punch, and he pumps combinations into your big stupid face. While your teammates helplessly watch. Yeah, I'm sorry, that's scary. No one likes to look stupid while bleeding in the penalty box.

THAT was gorgeous.
Rupp could use a few pamprin after that Thornton beating.

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You give me a guy like that instead of a big dumbass like Boyle or Rupp any day of the week.

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Red Sox? ****ing A man, it's January.

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Some people say Thornton doesn't scare anyone.
Probably because he is on the smaller side for an enforcer. But Thornton uses solid technique to make up for his size.

Rupp got schooled because Thornton doesn't just throw haymakers and pray they land.

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